When you move your hand back and forth in greeting, this is an example of a time when you wave.
When you crimp your hair so it curls a little bit, this is an example of a time when you wave your hair.
When you suddenly feel really sad, this is an example of a wave of sadness.
The water movement that you use to go surfing in is an example of a wave.
When a series of protests starts to occur, this is an example of a wave of protests.
The motion you make when you move your hand back and forth in greeting is an example of a wave.
He waved his hand.
Wave one's hair.
We waved goodbye.
A wave of nausea; a wave of indignation.
A wave of panic selling on the stock market.
A wave of conservatism.
The first wave of settlers.
Flags waving in the breeze.
Hair that waves naturally.
To wave one's hair.
To wave farewell.
He waved us on.
- An upsurge or rise, as to a crest, or a progressively swelling manifestation.A crime wave, heat wave, wave of emotion, etc.
- A movement of people, etc., in groups or masses, which recedes or grows smaller before subsiding or being followed by another.A wave of immigrants.
I waved goodbye from across the room.
Jones waves at strike one.
Her hair had a nice wave to it.
A wave of shoppers stampeded through the door when the store opened for its Christmas discount special.
A wave of retirees began moving to the coastal area.
A wave of emotion overcame her when she thought about her son who was killed in battle.
With a wave of the hand.
Waved as she drove by.
Her hair waves naturally.
She waved a fan before her face.
The police officer waved the motorist into the right lane.
Vanished beneath the waves.
- A moving curve or succession of curves in or on a surface; an undulation.Waves of wheat in the wind.
- A curve or succession of curves, as in the hair.
- A curved shape, outline, or pattern.
A wave of the hand.
A heat wave.